To LG’s credit, the Optimus 3D isn’t trying to be something it’s not. It’s certainly not reaching for the Samsung Galaxy SII’s heights, nor is it looking to out-duel its Gingerbread-less brethren, like the Droid X2. Instead, the device seems to realize that it’s a one-trick pony, and devotes all of its energies to harvesting that comparative advantage. For most people, that one trick probably won’t be enough to justify buying an otherwise vanilla (and large) handset. 3D pioneers, on the other hand, may be more willing to shell out the £500 (about $820), as long as they’re not expecting much more than extra-dimensional eyeRead More →